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What will form the ‘foundation’ as China moves towards overtaking the US to become the world’s biggest economy?
Forecasts from Bloomberg Economics suggest China could grab the top spot – held by the United States for well over a century – as soon as 2031China’s 14th five-year-plan places a focus on manufacturing as Beijing pivots away from relying on property and infrastructure spending to grow its economy
NEGRI SEMBILAN, which netted a record RM6.18bil in investments in the manufacturing sector alone in 2020 despite the Covid-19 pandemic, wants to do even better this year and cement its position as one of the nation’s most-favoured destinations.
Seoul ‘should grasp right and wrong, adhere to the correct position’, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi advises counterpart Chung Eui-yongUS strategy is provoking confrontations, Wang says, days before G7 summit to which South Korea has been invited
China’s FDI inflows surge at fastest rate in 13 years during first quarter, surpassing pre-pandemic level
10,263 new foreign-invested companies were established in China during the first three months of the yearData from the Ministry of Commerce comes as China continues to court foreign businesses while the United States is looking to help American companies exit the Chinese market
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China’s biggest political gathering of the year comes to a close Thursday (March 11) with the National People’s Congress expected to approve overhauls to Hong Kong’s electoral system and Premier Li Keqiang scheduled to hold his once-a-year news briefing.
At the forefront of China’s economic plans presented at the National People’s Congress is increased technological self-sufficiency.
PENJANA HRDF Initiative is part of the Government’s overall PENJANA plan to help those adversely affected by the ongoing pandemic.
BANGKOK: Investment applications in Thailand reached a total 756 billion baht (US$25.07bil) worth of projects in 2019, down about 16% from the previous year but slightly beating a target, the state investment agency said.
Phenomenal growth in e-commerce and hi-tech industries are fuelling demand for purpose-built facilities. Gaw Capital Partners is starting a fund to capture demand for such facilities in mainland China.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fitch Solutions Macro Research expects Malaysia’s medical devices industry, including gloves, to benefit from the increasingly acrimonious trade war between the US and China.